[meta-sig] C++ SIG web pages
Barry A. Warsaw
Thu, 17 Jan 2002 11:00:09 -0500
>>>>> "RWG" == Ralf W Grosse-Kunstleve <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
RWG> Thank you very much for setting up the mailing list for the
RWG> C++ SIG!
Hi Ralf, sorry for not responding earlier.
RWG> We have prepared an announcement for the SIG including a
RWG> detailed list of the development goals. Before posting
RWG> this, I would like to make a few changes to the web page
RWG> for the C++ SIG. I would like to change the "See also"
RWG> links, remove the obsolete "Example issues" and "C++ Sig
RWG> code" links, and add a new page listing the current
RWG> development goals.
RWG> At http://www.python.org/sigs/coordinator.html it says that
RWG> access to the SIG web pages can be arranged. Could you
RWG> please help?
At the moment most SIG coordinators do not have direct access to their
web pages, but email@example.com can help you. The thing to do is
to visit the .ht version of any file you want to change (just edit the
url to remove the trailing `ml'). Make your changes and send them to
firstname.lastname@example.org. If this gets to be a common enough occurance,
we can probably arrange for you to have cvs write access to that
RWG> P.S.: It would also be nice if it were possible to transfer
RWG> my archive of about 70 recent messages (collected since Dec
RWG> 13) with discussions about Python/C++ development to the SIG
RWG> archive. The messages are in plain text format with the usual
RWG> RFC email headers. Is there a reasonably easy way of
RWG> transferring the messages?
Can you drop them in an ftp directory somewhere? Or are they
available on the web via a wget command? If so, I can suck them over
to the mail server, cat them to the current archives and regenerate